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Journal of Interactive Online Learning

2010 Volume 9, Number 1

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Number of articles: 5

  1. Student Interactions in Online Discussion Forum: Empirical Research from "Media Richness Theory" Perspective

    M S. Balaji & Diganta Chakrabarti

    The present study contributes to the understanding of the effectiveness of online discussion forum in student learning. A conceptual model based on "theory of online learning" and "media richness... More

    pp. 1-22

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  2. Student Perceptions of the Relationship between Indicators of Teaching Presence and Success in Online Courses

    Lori Kupczynski, Phil Ice, Randy Wiesenmayer & Frank McCluskey

    The Community of Inquiry Framework posits teaching, social and cognitive presence interact to create the learning experience in online environments (Garrison, Anderson & Archer, 2001). To date,... More

    pp. 23-43

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  3. Use of Second Life in K-12 and Higher Education: A Review of Research

    Chris Inman, Vivian H. Wright & Julia A. Hartman

    This study reviewed empirical research conducted in Second Life by educators since Second Life's launch in 2003. The study's purpose was to identify how Second Life is being used in both K-12 and... More

    pp. 44-63

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  4. Evaluation of AnimalWatch: An Intelligent Tutoring System for Arithmetic and Fractions

    Carole R. Beal, Ivon M. Arroyo, Paul R. Cohen & Beverly P. Woolf

    Three studies were conducted with middle school students to evaluate a web-based intelligent tutoring system (ITS) for arithmetic and fractions. The studies involved pre and post test comparisons, ... More

    pp. 64-77

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  5. The Impact of Online Graduate Students' Motivation and Self-Regulation on Academic Procrastination

    Glenda C. Rakes & Karee E. Dunn

    With the rapid growth in online programs come concerns about how best to support student learning in this segment of the university population. The purpose of this study was to investigate the... More

    pp. 78-93

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